To remedy my Seasonal Envy Disorder, I’m venting my resentment into a list of all the things I would kill to see at Miami Art Basil if I wasn’t broke and eating Pizza Pops at my computer right now.
Elizaveta Yankelovich talks unconditional love, magic and breaking your resolutions as soon as possible.
The Design Exchange’s DX Intersection 2014 promised – and delivered – a celebration at the intersection of all things creative. Frank Toscan, co-founder of MAC Cosmetics and the driving force behind $250 million raised for numerous HIV/AIDS causes through the MAC AIDS Fund, was this year’s DXI 2014 Awardee. The night was set against a backdrop of unexpected installations and… Read More »
While there are plenty of artists who pull inspiration from the female nude, Tracey Emin draws it differently. If you don’t know who Tracey Emin is, you’ll probably know her more famous works: an unmade bed with blood-stained panties, a collection of neon love slogans and a tent (later destroyed in a gallery fire), stitched… Read More »
Feast In The East is always a great bet, and this month—the franchise’s 40th installment—is no exception. Featuring a taco dinner by Melanie Hill and performances by Fiver, Wyrd Visions, Tasseomancy, and Black Walls, set against an environment designed by artists Vanessa Reiger and Brandon Dalmer, The Jam Factory (2 Matilda St) is the place to… Read More »
Love the arts, totally broke right now? Aren’t. We. All. GOOD NEWS! You can support SummerWorks and theatre in Toronto by heading out to any of these exciting, dynamic, freeeeeee shows, on at venues throughout the city: Art on the Ballot/Reverse Mayoral Debate: SummerWorks and ArsVote Toronto offer a policy hack for prospective mayors. Listen… Read More »